Anonymous Woman Suing City Over Prayers Reveals Her Identity

Last week, I mentioned how the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors in Virginia began each meeting with a prayer to Jesus Christ. An anonymous woman had sued the city in response — but a judge ruled that the only way for the lawsuit to proceed was if she revealed her identity. In a country where [Read More…]

We Made Ken Ham Angry

***Update***: Commenters are quick to point out that Ken Ham has no problem asking people to vote for the Creation Museum in the poll — that’s ethical and perfectly fine to him. But when atheists tell people to vote against it, we’re “unethical” and “intolerant.” How’s that for hypocrisy? … Ken Ham is *furious* with [Read More…]

Jessica Ahlquist is Victorious; Cranston School Committee Will Not Appeal Ruling to Take Down Prayer Banner

***Update***: The Patch has a wonderful timeline of what happened during the meeting. … After a night filled with speeches by Christians who don’t understand that public high schools are not proxies for churches, the Cranston School Committee voted 5-2 in favor of NOT appealing Judge Ronald R. Lagueux‘s decision to take down the Prayer [Read More…]

A Christian Apologizes for the Treatment of Jessica Ahlquist

This is a guest post by Alise Wright. You can connect with her at her blog or on Twitter or Facebook.. … I’m sorry I waited a month and a half to write this. You see, there have been a few big fluff ups in the Christian world that have needed my attention. There were [Read More…]

Christians Must Have Very a Different Definition of ‘Valentine’…

Second grader Dexter Thielhelm wanted to hand out homemade Valentines earlier this week, but the evil administrators at his school confiscated them before he had a chance to hand them out! … at least, that’s the story that’s making the rounds. A couple things to point out: 1) This is part of the valentine he [Read More…]